Drought Response Sparks the Battle of...

Drought Response Sparks the Battle of St. Augustine

There are 2 comments on the Texas Tribune story from Mar 25, 2013, titled Drought Response Sparks the Battle of St. Augustine. In it, Texas Tribune reports that:

Drought has been in the news a long time, but rates haven't gone up. Water still comes out when you turn on the tap.

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Armando Ramos

El Paso, TX

#1 Mar 25, 2013
stop trying to provide cover for the water company, freakin eptimes always with pendejadas. No we will not pay higher rates.
Sopas mi chinge al elpasotimes.
Larry Driscoll

El Paso, TX

#2 Mar 25, 2013
Armando Ramos wrote:
stop trying to provide cover for the water company, freakin eptimes always with pendejadas. No we will not pay higher rates.
Sopas mi chinge al elpasotimes.
We need a true Power Boss to regulate the water in this area. Mayor Bloomberg has the right idea of how government should function but all the anti Semites are opposing his valiant efforts.

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